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Hide dirt

cáng wū nà gòu Hide dirt

Idiom explanation

Dirt, dirt: Dirty things. Metaphors hide or tolerate bad things.

Idiom source

Qing Sun Yulin's "Animals in the Wanjiang River": "Reclaim the remaining mountains of the eighteen provinces and wash away the dirt and dirt that have been hidden for 200 years.

Idioms Traditional

Hide dirt
Idioms cwng
Idiom phonetic ㄘ ㄤ ˊ ㄨ ㄣ ㄚ ˋ ㄍ ㄡ ˋ
Common degree Common idioms
Emotional color Neutral idiom

Idiom usage

Joint style; attributive; description of the place where bad people accumulate
Idiom structure Joint idiom
Year of generation Modern idiom

Synonyms

Pollution

Antonym

Crouching Dragon
Idiom example This place used to be a black den with dirt.
English translation shelter evil people and countenance evil practices
Idiom riddle Trash can
Idiom story
In 594 BC, King Chuzhuang led his army to attack Song. Song Guo sent Le Ying to Qi Jin for help. Jin Jinggong could not understand the stubbornness and bullying of the Chu State and was preparing to send troops to rescue Song. The doctor Bo Zong believed that the Jin Dynasty was beyond reach. He said, "The saying goes," Being high in the heart. "


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